2016 is a year that Cleveland Browns fans want to forget. Starting with the
predictable ill-fated injury that thwarted the comeback of Robert Griffin III as their starting quarterback, their abysmal season continues as they still hold a donut in the win column and have the NFL's worst record at 0-12. When they faced the Giants at Cleveland's FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday, it proved to be another game that the Dawg Pound can't be thankful for on Thanksgiving weekend.
During the fourth quarter with just over five minutes left to play, the Giants were up 20-13 on 3rd down in the red zone. Odell Beckham, Jr. then caught a touchdown, his second of the game, and was his typical self as he gloated immediately after the play. But this time he channeled Cleveland's favorite son LeBron James when Beckham, Jr. did a combination of the Cavaliers captain's signature pregame ritual and "Silencer" celebration.
So yeah, Odell just had to take it there with his merciless gesture to rub it in for all of Cleveland to witness a possible comeback slip away. The final score of the game was 27-13.
And to double down on the hurt, the Falcons poked fun from the team's Twitter account at the Browns for cutting wideout Taylor Gabriel in September. Gabriel did his thing for the Falcons with two dope touchdown runs against the Cardinals on Sunday in Atlanta. You can see the plays in the tweets below.
And the Falcons sent their gratitude to the Browns about Gabriel's services that they left behind at the start of the season. This is just too much sauce.
It really hurts to be a Browns fan this year. So if you have been rooting for this NFL season's worst team every week, my heart goes out to you.
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